Recent in Chemistry (page 19 of 19)
Jan 2, 2006 | Laurie DiBerardino
In this month’s issue, we honor Maison “Ed” G. deNavarre. Not only did this legend inspire the creation of the IFSCC and pull together an encyclopedia of knowledge that still resonates, he drove emulsion technology to new heights.
Dec 23, 2005 | Shelly Corcorran, Robert Y. Lochhead and Tonya McKay, The Institute for Formulation Science
The fundamentals of particle-stabilized emulsions are outlined here, and comparison are made to surfactantstabilized emulsions. Recent advances in Pickering emulsions for cosmetics are described in this survey article.
Dec 13, 2005 | Ken Klein, Cosmetech Laboratories Inc.
Emulsions that act as a delivery system for beneficial ingredients such as aloe, vitamins, plant extracts, etc., must also be safe, stable and cost-effective. This article discusses the ingredients that go into emulsions and why they are used.
Dec 13, 2005 | Annie Bourgeat-Wax, Noveon Europe
Industry suppliers can remain competitive in a saturated market by offering formulators technical support, by taking root in burgeoning sectors and by honing in on cultural needs. This article describes the scope of the cosmetics market and the demands suppliers are challenged to meet by industry formulators.
May 6, 2003 | Ken Klein, Cosmetech Laboratories
The science of emulsion formulation has, in recent years, taken great leaps forward as we have begun to increase our understanding of the mechanisms, on the micro level, that are responsible for producing stable emulsions.
May 6, 2003 | K.H. Diec, W. Meier and J. Schreiber, Beiersdorf AG
The authors describe a new technology to formulate liposomes by diluting a lamellar liquid crystalline phase with water, producing lipsomes in a single step.
May 6, 2003 | Jurij J. Hostynek and Howard I. Maibach, University of California
This is the sixth article in a series discussing the 17 metal compounds listed in teh CTFA International Cosmetic Ingredient Dictionary and the CIR Compendium. The present article discusses tin, zinc and selenium.